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Armenia Mining Industry Newswire - EIN Presswire

Whether we like it or not, the mining industry plays a very important role in the development of Armenia's economy, including in the security context. Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan stated this at Thursday's Cabinet meeting of the government of

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Armenia’s industry shows growth tendencies: mining ...

Armenia’s industry shows growth tendencies: mining production increases by 16.7%. 11:55, 7 November, 2020. YEREVAN, NOVEMBER 7, ARMENPRESS. Armenia’s industrial production volume comprised 1 trillion 433 billion 11.3 million drams in January-September 2020 (nearly 2 billion 959 million 544.2 thousand USD) and increased by 1% compared to January-September 2019. In September

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Armenia Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative

22/09/2020  Copper is the main mineral for Armenia’s mining sector which contributed to 26.6% of total exports from Armenia in 2017. The country also produces significant volumes of molybdenum, ferromolybdenum, zinc as well as gold and silver alloy.

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Chemical Industry ENERGY EFFICENCY ... Armenia Renewable Resources and Energy Efficiency Fund; Legal acts Laws RA President’s decrees Decisions Minister’s orders International treaties Technical regulations, categories, methodologies and rules Energy and Energy Savings Standards ՀՀ Վարչապետի որոշումներ; Mining Resources General Information Mining rights Geological ...

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In 2019, the share of mining industry in Armenia's GDP was ...

14/08/2020  According to statistics, in 2019 the share of mining industry in Armenia's GDP was 2.8%. 2 companies, represented in the top ten largest taxpayers of the tax year are from this sphere. The Minister of Environment Romanos Petrosyan wrote about it on his Facebook page.

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STAKEHOLDER ANALYSIS OF THE MINING SECTOR IN ARMENIA

This report presents the results of a stakeholder survey of the mining sector in Armenia. The objective of the survey is to identify and map the activities and capacities, the specific issues and needs of mining sector stakeholders, as well as the problems related to the mining sector in Armenia and their proposed solutions. The stakeholders that participated are

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Taxes Paid by Armenia's Mining Companies: Top Two Paid

In 22nd place is Armenian Mining Contractor, which paid 3.3 billion drams in the first half of this year. The company is registered and operates in Kajaran. It engages in the extraction and transportation of ores. The volume of taxes paid by the company increased 1.8

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Armenia’s gold mining industry on verge of collapse

Armenia's local plants do not work efficiently in gold mining industry, paving the way for foreign companies to control the gold production. Gold industry is mostly governed by the British Lydian International company, which is the sole proprietor of the Amulsar mine in the south of Armenia. Cyprus-based GeoProMining, an international group of mining companies, enjoys some significant ...

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Mine to Mine Armenia: Mine Operators Are Responsible

The mining industry is the largest producer of waste in the world – 70 billion tonnes per year. At the same time, waste management, that is, mine restoration activities are very expensive. Mining operators try to avoid the existing state regulations in this field to save money. From this point of view, the legislative field in Armenia

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Armenia Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative

22/09/2020  The metal mining sector is an important contributor to the Armenia’s economy and is one of the fastest-growing sector in the country’s largely agricultural economy. In 2017, the taxes and payments paid by the metal mining companies to the State budget reached approximately USD 180 million or 7.1% of total incomes. The mining and quarrying sector contributed to 3.2% of GDP in 2017. The country’s

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Armenia’s industry shows growth tendencies: mining ...

Armenia’s industry shows growth tendencies: mining production increases by 16.7%. 11:55, 7 November, 2020. YEREVAN, NOVEMBER 7, ARMENPRESS. Armenia’s industrial production volume comprised 1 trillion 433 billion 11.3 million drams in January-September 2020 (nearly 2 billion 959 million 544.2 thousand USD) and increased by 1% compared to ...

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Home page - minenergy.am

Home page - minenergy.am. Armenian Nuclear Power Plant. ''Gasprom Armenia'' CJSC. Yerevan Thermal Power Plant. Yerevan Thermal Power Plant. Abovyan Substation of HVEN. Yerevan Thermal Power Plant. Hotline.

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STAKEHOLDER ANALYSIS OF THE MINING SECTOR IN ARMENIA

This report presents the results of a stakeholder survey of the mining sector in Armenia. The objective of the survey is to identify and map the activities and capacities, the specific issues and needs of mining sector stakeholders, as well as the problems related to the mining sector in Armenia and their proposed solutions. The stakeholders that participated are

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Armenia achieves satisfactory progress in bringing ...

Opening up the mining sector The EITI Board says that the mining sector is an essential contributor to the Armenian economy. It says copper is one of the main metals mined in Armenia and accounts for over one-fifth of the country’s exports. Publishing information on the sector is therefore an important step towards broader transparency efforts.

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armenian mining industry - gsrs

Baku, October 19, AZERTAC “The mining industry of the Republic of Armenia is one of the main driving forces of the country’s national economy. The country is rich in iron, copper, molybdenum, lead, zinc, gold, silver, antimonite and aluminum, and there are currently 670 mineral mines in the state register (including more than 25 metal mines).

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Taxes Paid by Armenia's Mining Companies: Top Two Paid

The other largest taxpayer in the metal mining industry is GeoProMining Gold, which is engaged in gold mining and export. It operates the Sotk mine. In the first half of this year the company paid 9.1 billion drams in taxes to the state budget. The increase from last year amounted to 256 million drams, or 2.9%. GeoProMining Gold ranks 5th in the list of top taxpayers in Armenia.

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Armenia’s gold mining industry on verge of collapse

Armenia's local plants do not work efficiently in gold mining industry, paving the way for foreign companies to control the gold production. Gold industry is mostly governed by the British Lydian International company, which is the sole proprietor of the Amulsar mine in the south of Armenia. Cyprus-based GeoProMining, an international group of mining companies, enjoys some significant privileges

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Armenia official: Mining industry transparency

Public attention has been always riveted on the metal mining industry in the country

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Mine to Mine Armenia: Mine Operators Are Responsible

The mining industry is the largest producer of waste in the world – 70 billion tonnes per year. At the same time, waste management, that is, mine restoration activities are very expensive. Mining operators try to avoid the existing state regulations in this field to

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Armenia’s industry shows growth tendencies: mining ...

Armenia’s industrial production volume comprised 1 trillion 433 billion 11.3 million drams in January-September 2020 (nearly 2 billion 959 million 544.2 thousand USD) and increased by 1% compared to January-September 2019. In September 2020 the

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‘War will cause serious damage to mining industry of

“The mining industry of the Republic of Armenia is one of the main driving forces of the country’s national economy. The country is rich in iron, copper, molybdenum, lead, zinc, gold, silver, antimonite and aluminum, and there are currently 670 mineral mines in

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Armenia achieves satisfactory progress in bringing ...

It was reported that Armenia has made satisfactory progress in implementing the EITI Standard. The country has used the EITI as a platform for dialogue and a catalyst for mining sector reform. Since joining the EITI in 2017, the Government of Armenia has focused on bringing greater transparency and accountability to the mining sector. It has shown strong commitment to the EITI principles and the EITI

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Armenia`s mining industry is steadily increasing volumes ...

Armenia`s foreign trade turnover with the EU countries has been delayed in decline: Armenia`s national debt is approaching $9 billion: Armenia`s consumer market recorded inflation of 3.8% in Q1 2021 with 5.2% y-o-y inflation Up to 150 million cubic meters of Russian gas to be supplied to Armenia

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Armenia’s gold mining industry on verge of collapse

Armenia's local plants do not work efficiently in gold mining industry, paving the way for foreign companies to control the gold production. Gold industry is mostly governed by the British Lydian International company, which is the sole proprietor of the Amulsar mine in the south of Armenia. Cyprus-based GeoProMining, an international group of mining companies, enjoys some significant privileges

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Armenia Mining News Topics - Mining Industry Today -

Armenia Mining Industry News Topics; Specialized News Sections on Armenia Mining Industry. Mining Industry Today. Questions? +1 (202) 335-3939. Set Up FREE Account Submit Release. About News by Country News by Industry Get News Alerts; Press Releases Contact; Contact; Contact; About About EIN Newsdesk ...

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Lydian, Amulsar Gold and a viable mining industry in

10/12/2016  Lydian, Amulsar Gold and a viable mining industry in Armenia “The Amulsar gold mine project is a shining example that it’s possible to have a viable mining industry with application of environmental standards in Armenia,” U.S Ambassador Richard Mills said at a business conference on viable mining industry this week. The mining industry can be a profitable investment for Armenia,

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Armenia official: Mining industry transparency

Public attention has been always riveted on the metal mining industry in the country

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Armenia’s mining industry and quarries post 47% rise in ...

Armenia’s mining industry and quarries posted a 47% rise in the first 11 months of 2015 from the year earlier. In terms of money the overall output was worth 201.5 billion drams, according to the National Statistical Service (NSS). Extraction of metal ore accounted for 97.6% or 196.7 billion drams of the total output (48% rise), while other mines grew by 6.1% to 4.8 billion drams. The ...

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